Ariana Grande's Ex-Boyfriend Ricky Alvarez Responds to 'Thank U, Next'

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The 'thank u, next' meme is being embraced by every fandom

Ariana Grande literally broke the internet when she dropped 'thank u, next' addressing her ex boyfriends including Pete Davidson and Mac Miller, but one lesser known ex and former backing dancer, Ricky Alzarez, who the singer dated from 2015-2016 has reacted to hearing his name drop in the song and it's pretty amusing.

The dancer took to his Instagram Stories to share a video of himself listening to the tune and zooming in when his name was dropped, to which Ariana responded: "HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH IM SORRY U GOT THE WORST LINE".

Ariana Grande's new breakup anthem, "Thank U, Next", has been turned into a hilarious new meme embraced by every fandom on Twitter. Miller is referenced in the song, along with Grande's other high-profile exes. "I'm still a great song though". "I've got a lot of work to do, but it's a start to even be aware that it's possible".

It was posted in good fun, something Ariana herself got a good laugh out of when she saw it later in the day.

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In the new song, she sings: "I met someone else, we havin" better discussions.

"She taught me love / She taught me patience / How she handles pain / That shit's unbelievable / I've loved and I've lost / But that's not what I see / 'Cause look what I've found / Ain't no need for searching".

In a tweet on Monday, the 25-year-old pop star - who recently ended her engagement to Pete Davidson, following the death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller - said that therapy "saved" her life.

Although she is yet to comment on it, the voice sounds identical to Ariana's, and the bio - in upside down writing - features lyrics to "No Tears Left To Cry". Shortly after, she revealed that Thank U, Next is actually the title of her forthcoming album and shared the project's title track.

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